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MENDELSSOHN Elijah with San Francisco Choral Society
IN THE FUTURE: (please scroll down)
~ 2018 ~
Americana Concert with San Francisco Choral Artists
MAY 4, 6
"The Poppies Blow..."
GURNEY Ludlow and Teme
BLISS Elegiac Sonnet
Recital for Noe Valley Chamber Music
~ 2017 ~
NOVEMBER 11 and 12
Theater Comique in a co-production with San Francisco Conservatory of Music
Highlights from the early American stage ~ Corey Jamason, leader.
AUGUST 18 and 19
San Francisco Choral Society ~ Robert Geary, conductor
Davies Symphony Hall
Mendocino Music Festival with Miles Graber, pianist
Recital in Paris with Richard Masters, pianist
American Art Song
Shenandoah Bach Festival at EMU Harrisonburg, VA ~ Ken Nafziger, conductor
DVORAK Stabat Mater
Berkeley Community Chorus and Orchestra ~ Ming Luke, Conductor
SCOTT GENDEL Barbara Allen (World Premiere)
Santa Clara Chorale ~ Scot Hanna-Weir, conductor.
BACH Mass in B minor
Fresno Community Chorus and Orchestra ~ Anna Hamre, conductor
Virginia Tech School of Performing Arts presents Music on Mondays
Recital with Richard Masters, piano featuring the works of composers and poets slain in WWI. Also on the program is the US Premiere of internationally acclaimed composer Ian Venables Through These Pale, Cold Days.
HAYDN Lord Nelson Mass, BERNSTEIN Chichester Psalms
Alexandria Symphony Orchestra. Scott Tucker, conductor
Pilatus with Collegium Cincinnati. Christopher Eanes, leader
San Francisco Conservatory of Music
World Premiere of David Conte Three Nash Songs
San Francisco Chamber Orchestra
World Premiere of Peter Josheff's Dream Mechanic.
Soloist in Bach BWV 204 with the Kandinsky Trio.
~ 2016 ~
San Francisco Conservatory Alumni Insights Recital
Legacy ~ with Richard Masters and Eric Choate, piano and Emil Miland, 'cello
Tracing the influences, mentors and students of faculty composer David Conte. Works of Monteverdi, Mendelssohn, Nadia Boulanger, Copland, and world premieres of Eric Choate and David Conte.
Evangelist in Bach St. Matthew Passion with Paul Flight, Conductor
Palo Alto, Berkeley and San Francisco, CA
Rogue Valley Symphony Gala Recital
Chamber music with Martin Majkut, piano and Michael Palzewicz, cello.
Virginia Tech University Music on Mondays (note this is a Sunday concert!!!)
Surge ~ music of nature's power featuring premieres of Scott Gendel, Greg Zavracky and Kent Holliday. With Annie Stevens, percussion
Beethoven An die Ferne Geliebte and Bach Mass in B minor.
54th Annual NATS Convention
Conte American Death Ballads
Warren Jones, pianist
Maastricht, Netherlands; Bruges, Belgium; Bonn, Germany
Ming Luke, conductor
JUNE 9, 12
Fundraiser recital featuring works of Bach and Britten
Opening Gala Concert - Bach Cantatas and duets
Britten War Requiem
Blitzstein Airborne Symphony; Korngold Sweet Melody of Night; I meant to say I love you; Tomorrow, when you are gone
Southern Oregon Repertory Singers, Paul French, conductor
Bach Mass in B minor
San Francisco Bach Choir, Magen Solomon, conductor
Fundraiser Recital for Berkeley Community Chorus and Orchestra with Ming Luke, piano
Tickets here: http://bcco.org/recital
Mozart Requiem and Bruckner Te Deum
Durham Symphony with the Durham Choral Society; Rodney Wynkoop, conductor
Shinji Ehsima Bourne to Shelley (World Premiere); works for voice, horn and piano
Evangelist in Bach St John Passion
Collegium Cincannati with Christopher Eanes, conductor
David Lang the little match girl passion
~ 2015 ~
Sat, 8pm Olin Hall at Roanoke College, Roanoke, VA
JS Bach Mass for Advent
Fri, Dec 11th, 2015 at 8:00 pm First Presbyterian Church- Palo Alto
Sat, Dec 12th, 2015 at 7:30 pm First Congregational Church - Berkeley
Sun, Dec 13th, 2015 at 4:00 pm St. Mark's Lutheran, San Francisco
7:30 PM Recital Salon at Squires Center, Campus of Virginia Tech University. Recital with Richard Masters, piano and Wallace Easter, french horn. World premiere of David Conte American Death Ballads, plus folk-song settings of John McCabe, Betty Roe The Silver Hound and selected songs of Herbert Howells.